South Lanarkshire Council Gaelic Language Plan 2018 - 23

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ConsultationSouth Lanarkshire Council Gaelic Language Plan 2018 - 23
StatusCurrent
Consultation summarySouth Lanarkshire Council recognises the important role of Gaelic as a part of Scotland’s heritage, national identity and cultural life. Therefore the Council is committed to the objectives set out in the National Gaelic Language Plan and has put in place the necessary structures and initiatives to ensure that Gaelic has a sustainable future in Scotland.
BackgroundSouth Lanarkshire Council’s Gaelic Language Plan has been prepared within the framework of the Gaelic Language (Scotland) Act 2005. It sets out how we will use Gaelic in the delivery of our services, how we will enable the use of Gaelic when communicating with the public and partners, and how we will promote and develop Gaelic in our area. The plan is in accordance with statutory criteria set out in the 2005 Act, and having regard to the National Gaelic Language Plan and the Guidance on the Development of Gaelic Language Plans.
Why are we consulting?To seek approval of our draft plan
Who are we consultingAll residents
How will findings be used?To seek public approval of our draft plan
Start date19/11/2018
End date03/12/2018
Results available01/04/2019
Consultation typeQualitative
Consultation methodOn-line survey/poll
SubjectEqual opportunities
Council themeVision and strategic direction
Contact nameAlyson Bell
Contact email alyson.bell@southlanarkshire.gov.uk
Support documenthttps://www.southlanarkshire.gov.uk/info/200172/plans_and_policies/1721/gaelic_language_plan